7 Kensington Square

Residential building

Key Details

7 Kensington Square, London W8 5EP


7 Kensington Square is a Grade II listed building in London W8.

Built in early 19th-century or possibly earlier.

Kensington Square was established in 1682 when Thomas Young, a wood-carver and joiner, bought 14 acres of land and a mansion house here for £1,550.

Kensington Square is the sixth oldest square in London after Bloomsbury, Leicester, Red Lion, Soho and Lincoln’s Inn Fields.

1. DLBP History of Kensington Square for Barkers Service Yard in 2016 via rbkc.gov.uk.
2. Historic England List entry Number: 1224420 historicengland.org.uk

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Site & Location


High Street Kensington Underground StationCircle, District
High Street Kensington Station23, 27, 9, N27, N9, 28, 328, 49, N28, N31



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